PJ Masks Headquarters Playset Review
PJ Masks Headquarters Playset Review: Monkey has developed a new obsession over the Summer holidays in the form of three school kids that transform into masked crusaders with special animal like powers defending their town from the evil Romeo. We even had our own PJ Mask Party! If you have not come across P J Masks before then let me introduce you to Catboy, Gecko and Owlette:
Activate the goggles for red owl vision, just like Owlette, and reveal Luna Girl and her moths! Trap villains in the tree snarls – they won’t be expecting the closing branch clasps! The Spyscope also doubles up as a fur-ball shooter, ready for when you spot trouble! Includes a Catboy Figure and a Cat Car Vehicle!
- Monkey started to interact with the playset straight away making Catboy drive through the door and fire out his cat ball to an imaginary Romeo
- There are lots of moving parts to interact with:
- A side paddle on the top level which moves a picture of Luna girl up and down to activate the goggles for red
- An elevator platform to one side which Catboy can stand on. The bottom of Catboy’s shoes have two small holes which enable him to be fixed to the platform so he doesn’t fall off
- The spy scope which moves around and also doubles up as the fur ball shooter
- There a lever on the base which will move the trees one side and the spinning wall the other
- The control panel in the middle which lights up when you press the button and has various pre loaded PJ mask phrases and the theme tune to the show
- The quality is what I would expect, there is a good amount of detail on the stickers and the plastic is bright and robust
- For a large toy its actually not that bulky. The fact that the slide comes off means that its reasonably easy to store compared to some of the other toys we have tried of this nature.
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We were given a PJ Masks Headquarters Playset for the purpose of this review all opinions are my own